UAE’s biggest talent show by determined people set to wow Dubai – News
Three-hour extravaganza with fashion show, theater, music and dance performances
The UAE’s biggest inclusive event is taking place today (November 26) in Dubai and what makes it special is that it’s hosted by super talented and determined kids.
Entitled Fame – representing fashion, art, music and entertainment – the event is a one-of-a-kind fashion show and musical extravaganza that seeks to provide an inclusive platform for exceptionally talented performers, to through these four creative channels.
The unique non-profit annual spectacle will feature 40 determined individuals, who will take part in the spectacular spectacle which takes place in the ballroom of the Dubai World Trade Center. For the first time ever, the show will feature an all-inclusive fashion show supported by international fashion designer Rina Dhaka and Dubai-based jewelry designer Nikarika Momtaz.
The three-hour live extravaganza will include a unique theatrical performance that will show the impact Covid-19 has had on the mental health of children, young people and their families – highlighting the incredible strength and resilience of one of the most progressive communities in the United Arab Emirates. It will also include a fashion show, energetic music and dance performances, all by some of the country’s brightest and most determined young people.
During the pandemic, Fame has organized a number of online initiatives bringing together determined young people from different parts of the world to take part in interactive activities such as a virtual fashion show, cooking and painting workshops, dancing and quiz nights to name a few.
“Using these creative platforms, we focused on managing change, social isolation through social skills, mindfulness and community support. This year’s show aims to highlight the incredible resilience these young people talents have shown during times of emotional turbulence. We hope this will sensitize those who work with determined individuals to look beyond labels and encourage working collaboratively with families and communities to find creative ways to support the mental well-being of purposeful people, said former school counselor and co-director Zahra Ahmed.
The show has been choreographed and designed to ensure that each determined individual receives enough support, access and time to show their love for the arts while inspiring others like them, to overcome self-stigma and explore their inner potential. . The production is supported by Tender Hearts, Sedra and Step-Up Academy.
Fame is a free community event that hopes to attract audiences from all walks of life.
“Ultimately, I hope this year’s fame can reach a wider audience that reaches beyond the special needs community, to step forward and enjoy the talents of our determined children and young adults,” said added Rosy Ahmed, founder and organizer of Fame and CEO. Purple Venture events.
Event attendees will be required to present proof that they have received a government-recognized Covid vaccine or a negative PCR test taken within the previous 72 hours.